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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Baby Announcement Odds Slashed Amid Pregnancy Rumors.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are unlikely to announce their first baby this year, according to the public's bets.

The odds on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex making a pregnancy announcement have plummeted to the lowest ever, ( Daily Star reported. The Brit bookmakers slashed the odds despite rumors claiming that Markle is currently pregnant.

"The odds of Meghan and Harry sharing some good news soon have taken another plunge," Alex Kostin of betting intelligence site said. "The latest betting definitely suggests there could be an announcement around the corner and when it comes bookies should brace themselves for the biggest royal betting frenzy of all time."

William Hill also slashed the adds from 4/6 to 1/5. Meanwhile, Sky Bet set the odds at 1/3 this year.

Markle recently triggered ( pregnancy rumors when she stepped out with Prince Harry in a blue dress at the 100 Days to Peace Gala in London. Royal fans noticed that her breasts and stomach were larger than usual in the photos of her taken during the event. But apparently, the "baby bump" in those photos was just due to a gust of wind.

Earlier this week, psychic twins ( Terry and Linda Jamison claimed that Princess Diana spoke to them and told them that Prince Harry and Markle will have a baby soon.

"I feel you will be blessed with a child before long," they quoted Princess Diana as saying. "Family is so very important. Your children will be close with Will and Kate's little ones."

The People's Princess also told them that she was present during Prince Harry and Markle's royal wedding and it was "absolutely beautiful." Princess Diana also offered a word of advice to her son and daughter-in-law.

"People will continue to make harsh judgments of you as you forge your path in the world, but you have the hearts of warriors. Never forget this," Princess Diana said. "Refuse to be broken. Even lifes greatest difficulties have powerful lessons, and you will grow stronger through each challenge presented to you. Simply adjust the sails and keep moving forward. Most of all, don't be afraid to be human, and show your emotions from time to time. That is what inspires people the most... your relatability and-more important-your vulnerability."

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Publication:International Business Times - US ed.
Date:Sep 13, 2018
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